Sybase DBA/C++ Developer wanted 
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 Sybase DBA/C++ Developer wanted
We have an immediate opening in Chicago for a Sybase DBA/C++ Developer.
Must have excellent DBA/stored procedure skills.  C++/Object Modeling
is a plus.  Full-time employment or contracting position is available.
Salary is over 6 figures.  The need is immediate.  Send your resume to:


        FAX:   708-297-7171

Thanks!



Tue, 20 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Sybase DBA/C++ Developer wanted

Quote:

>We have an immediate opening in Chicago for a Sybase DBA/C++ Developer.
>Must have excellent DBA/stored procedure skills.  C++/Object Modeling
>is a plus.  Full-time employment or contracting position is available.
>Salary is over 6 figures.  The need is immediate.  Send your resume to:

           ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
;-))))))

A few things possibilities come to mind, some likely and some not.

1. The above mentioned skills are EXTREMELY, EXTREMELY rare or,
2. No one and I mean no one is ready to take up assignments in Chicago
or,
3. The currency is not USD or,
4. They hand you a Lottery ticket at yearend to try out your luck or,
5. I did a Rip Van Vinkle   ;-)

Or am I really missing something..

Martin

Quote:


>    FAX:   708-297-7171

>Thanks!



Tue, 20 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Sybase DBA/C++ Developer wanted

: >We have an immediate opening in Chicago for a Sybase DBA/C++ Developer.
: >Must have excellent DBA/stored procedure skills.  C++/Object Modeling
: >is a plus.  Full-time employment or contracting position is available.
: >Salary is over 6 figures.  The need is immediate.  Send your resume to:
:            ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
: ;-))))))

: 1. The above mentioned skills are EXTREMELY, EXTREMELY rare or,
: 2. No one and I mean no one is ready to take up assignments in Chicago
: or,
: 3. The currency is not USD or,

: Or am I really missing something..

He did say 6 figures, not 6 zeroes.
--

If I knew I were to die today, I would still want to know the cricket scores.
                G.H.Hardy



Tue, 20 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Sybase DBA/C++ Developer wanted
Let me try and be more specific.  I am looking for a Sybase database
administrator that has worked with C++ before and knows a bit about
object modeling.  We are flattening an OMT object model to a Sybase
relational database.  The DBA must know Transact SQL, stored procedures,
and triggers very well.  We are currently using Sybase 10.0.2.  I would be
happy to hire the person as a full-time employee, or a contractor.
The salary for this position is at least $100,000/USD per year.  The
need is immediate.  The offer is genuine.   Send your resume to:


      fax:   708-297-7171

The position is in downtown Chicago.

Thanks.



Wed, 21 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Sybase DBA/C++ Developer wanted

Quote:


>>We have an immediate opening in Chicago for a Sybase DBA/C++ Developer.
>>Must have excellent DBA/stored procedure skills.  C++/Object Modeling
>>is a plus.  Full-time employment or contracting position is available.
>>Salary is over 6 figures.  The need is immediate.  Send your resume to:
>           ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>;-))))))

>A few things possibilities come to mind, some likely and some not.

>1. The above mentioned skills are EXTREMELY, EXTREMELY rare or,
>2. No one and I mean no one is ready to take up assignments in Chicago
>or,
>3. The currency is not USD or,
>4. They hand you a Lottery ticket at yearend to try out your luck or,
>5. I did a Rip Van Vinkle   ;-)

>Or am I really missing something..

>Martin


>>        FAX:   708-297-7171

>>Thanks!

What is wrong with a six-figure salary?  I for one think a top-gun
Sybase DBA and/or C++ developer is worth that.


Sun, 25 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Sybase DBA/C++ Developer wanted

Quote:


> >Salary is over 6 figures.  The need is immediate.  Send your resume to:
>            ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
..munch...

> Or am I really missing something..



Could be you, doc!

--
Don Radvan                 NeXT  Sybase  Mac  ObjC++  Spouse  Dad



Sun, 25 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Sybase DBA/C++ Developer wanted
: What is wrong with a six-figure salary?  I for one think a top-gun
: Sybase DBA and/or C++ developer is worth that.

Agreed.  The idea that all DBA's or all C++ programmers are created equal
is clearly in error.

I see Visual Basic programmers pulling in 65K here in New York City.
Considering that programming in VB is pretty much a no-brainer for any
worthwhile computer professional, and considering that C++ is a much more
demanding language (with correspondingly greater rewards), and considering
still that there is a *big* difference between a C++ programmer who can
get by and a real guru, I think that 100K is not an unreasonable salary.

As for DBA's, it's *easy* to make a relational database.  It's pretty
difficult, though, to make a relational database that has a high
throughput potential, is referentially secure, and which is well-suited
to the task at hand (i.e., successfully translates the business model to
the database).  Again, if a mediocre DBA goes for 60K or more, why not
100K or more for a guru?

--
Willis B. Boyce

  http://www.gfr.com/~wboyce
   vote Libertarian!  http://www.lp.org/lp/



Wed, 28 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Sybase DBA/C++ Developer wanted

|> As for DBA's, it's *easy* to make a relational database.  It's pretty
|> difficult, though, to make a relational database that has a high
|> throughput potential, is referentially secure, and which is well-suited
|> to the task at hand (i.e., successfully translates the business model to
|> the database).  Again, if a mediocre DBA goes for 60K or more, why not
|> 100K or more for a guru?

I agree completely. Now, if you'll only convince my employer.

Don Million



Tue, 03 Feb 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Sybase DBA/C++ Developer wanted

:
: |> As for DBA's, it's *easy* to make a relational database.  It's pretty
: |> difficult, though, to make a relational database that has a high
: |> throughput potential, is referentially secure, and which is well-suited
: |> to the task at hand (i.e., successfully translates the business model to
: |> the database).  Again, if a mediocre DBA goes for 60K or more, why not
: |> 100K or more for a guru?
:
: I agree completely. Now, if you'll only convince my employer.
:
: Don Million

It's easy to convince your employer yourself.  All you have to do is find
another job that'll pay you what you want, then tell your current
employer to match it.

--
Willis B. Boyce

  http://www.gfr.com/~wboyce
   vote Libertarian!  http://www.lp.org/lp/



Thu, 26 Feb 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 
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